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  • Diabetic Retinopathy Paper

    eye exams. Educating diabetic patients on the importance of taking care of their diabetes is a crucial part in the process to prevent long term effects of diabetic retinopathy. The population being researched is adults 18 to 75 years of age, with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) and Type 2 diabetes (T2D). Patients had to get one eye exam, A1C tests, and an influenza vaccination that year. The intervention is the group of diabetic patients that were treated had to undergo an educational program to learn the…

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  • Essay On Blood Sugar

    Blood sugar Why test his blood sugar level? Some diseases, such as diabetes, can cause damage to the pancreas, which affects insulin production negatively. The symptoms are often very weak. Many people may have the disease for a long time without knowing of it, and most have no symptoms at all. With this test, you will quickly find out if you have an elevated blood sugar level, which can be a sign of diabetes. The faster the disease down the faster the right treatment. How is the test…

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  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Research Paper

    pockets form. To tell what stage a person is in most doctors use the GOLD staging system. GOLD stands for “ Global Institute for Chronic Obstruction Lung Disease.” This is a specific test that measures the amount of air that a person can blow out in 1 second. This amount of air is called the forced exploratory volume (FEVI). vFrom the FEVI doctors group the patient into four stages. Stage one is the mild stage. The FEVI is 80% or more than normal. The second stage is moderate. The FEVI is less…

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  • Mefloquine Study

    condition which was observed by decreased levels of antioxidant enzyme levels in the present study and the drug treatment doesn’t show any noticeable effect on these parameters. Authors have hypothesized that observed effect may be due to the effect on GLP-1 agonistic activity and the evident was not shown to claim for this activity. The present…

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  • Type 1 Diabetes Research Paper

    METHODS ON DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DIABETES FALL 2014, BIO 498 SEC 0401 Dr. Eric May Ibironke sanni 12-12-2014 Table of Contents 1. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………..2 2. Types of diabetes……………………………………………………………………….3 3. Type 1 diabetes…………………………………………………………………………4 4. Symptoms of type 1 diabetes…………………………………………………………...5 5. Treatment and diagnosis of type 1 diabetes………………………...………………..... 6 6. Type 2 diabetes…………………………….………………………………………….10 7. Symptoms of type 2…

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  • Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM): A Case Study

    1.1 Background The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Type 1 Diabetes mellitus (T1DM) as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) (1). A chronic autoimmune disease due to pancreatic dysfunctions leading to a decrease of insulin production. According to AACE Diabetes resource Centre T1DM is described as an autoimmune disorder that exhibits a catabolic function leading to a decrease in the plasma concentration of insulin and a compensatory elevated plasma glucagon and beta cell death that…

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  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (T1D)

    In the United States today, about 200,000 children aged 20 years or younger have type 1 diabetes (Article where came from on desk). Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) works very diligently to find a cure for this disease. To gather research for this topic, interviews were held with four people who are closely involved with JDRF and type 1 diabetes (T1D). In depth research was also done on the foundation and the horrible disease that takes people’s lives daily, known as T1D. T1D has…

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  • Essay On Addison's Disease

    not produce enough cortisol and aldosterone. Cortisol is a steroid hormone and aldosterone helps regulate blood pressure. There are less than 200,000 cases in the U.S per year, so it is a rare disease. It affects both sexes of all ages, and affects 1 in 100,000 people. Dr. Thomas Addison discovered the disease in 1849, and named it after himself. Addison’s Disease can be life-threatening. First and foremost, causes of Addison’s Disease. It is when a patient’s adrenal glands are damaged, causing…

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  • Do Animals Benefit From Animal Research

    On the contrary, those in favor of animal testing argue that science and medicine would not be where they are today if it weren’t for its reliance on using animals in biomedical research. For example, “the discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto in 1921-22” was a miracle of sorts (Bliss). Diabetes is a disease characterized by high levels of blood glucose stemming from complications in the production and functionality of insulin which affects more than “29.1 million people or 9.3% of…

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  • Diabetes Theory Assignment

    THEORY ASSIGNMENT Diabetes Diabetes is very common among Australians and across the world. 280 Australians develop diabetes every day. This costs the Australian government $14.6 billion annually. There are two types of diabetes. Type one is when you are born with it and your body doesn’t produce enough insulin. Type two is when you are diagnosed with diabetes and if your Father or Mother has it this means you are also likely to have it. Diabetes is most common for people over the age of 45 and…

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